When my plot finished, my storage HDD drive was not mounted and so the completed plot stayed on my SSD, with this error:
Could not copy "/mnt/ssd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp" to "/mnt/hdd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp".
So i mounted the HDD drive and manually, using
cp moved it, however after watching another plot i see that after copying over, the plot is renamed and the temp file removed, like this:
Removed temp2 file "/mnt/ssd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp"? 1
Renamed final file from "/mnt/hdd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp" to "plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot"
So my question is can i just manually remove the temp files from my SSD and just rename the plot on my HDD removing the ‘.2.tmp’?
If the tmp-file is completed, it should work.
Yes its completed. i just use the
mv command right?
I’m learning Unix at the moment.
Navigate to /mnt/hdd
mv plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot
or i guess from root
mv /mnt/hdd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot.2.tmp /mnt/hdd/plot-k32-2021-05-10-18-48-xxxx.plot
One other thing, when the plot finishes and moves and renames the plot it tries to run a command:
(venv) username@chia:~/chia-blockchain$ cdls
Command 'cdls' not found, did you mean:
command 'ccls' from snap ccls (0.20210330)
command 'ccls' from deb ccls (0.20190823.6-1~ubuntu1.20.04.1)
See 'snap info <snapname>' for additional versions.
Ur command looks correct.
Cdls must be a bug or misconfiguration, as not even google knows it. Maybe its cd && ls.
It didn’t do it (cdls) on the next plot. Maybe it queued up commands i had typed in my terminal session.